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January 28, 1983 - Image 29

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1983-01-28

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

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ALL THE LATEST
fashions . . . pretty hats .. .
suits and dresses . . . but
they took a backseat re-
cently at the Fashion
Group's Standard Club
luncheon . . . Audrey Pearl,
Certified Financial Planner
who knows her stuff, kept
the gals enthralled with
such knowledge . . . One
lass. innocently told an-
other, "She knows even
more than my husband" .. .
Audrey should . . . by a long
shot . . . She not only has her
own financial planning
firm, but is the first woman
in Michigan to be desig-
nated a CFP.
Short scenes at the lunch-:
eon . . . Glenda Greenwald
all European as she used
her knife and fork with
much deftness . . . Rosanne
Schlussel, model, interior
decorator, etc., etc., a pretty
lefty . . . Barrister Denise
Alexander, new member of
Southfield Planning Com-
mission . . . and already
elected secretary.
Chicken salad on a level
pineapple section . . . and
then came a whopping large
chocolate mousse with
whipped cream . . . A few
gals looked both ways be-
fore "stealing" a fast taste
. .. Most of the lassies didn't
eat any mousse (not with
others looking, at least) .. .
so didn't have to alter their
attention from Audrey .. .
Anyway, her talk was a
heck of a lot more interest-
ing than all those calories.
Audrey's next appear-
ance will be the "Open
Forum," 7:30 p.m. Tuesday
at Michigan Inn.
CHARLIE "SHELL"
ROBINSON is a very lucky
guy . . . He's recuperating
nicely after being hit by a
car while crossing 12 Mile
and Northwestern . . . Im-
agine, all those years work-
ing while a lot of crazy
kooks came into his station
for gas or service and not a
scratch . . . It took an inno-
cent stroll for Charlie to get
hit.
BELATED
CON-
GRATS . . . to Rose and Irv-
ing Guttman of Irving's Deli
. . . on their 36th wedding
anniversary.
THAT THING you see
crawling down the walls at
Charter House Barber Shop
on Northwestern and 12
Mile is Al Nettle's "pet" . . .
a rubber octopus that does
its thing with double takes
from on-lookers . . . Al also
sells them for a buck .. .
along with other fun
gadgets.
CONGRATS . . . to Ale-'
xander Weiner, former
Checker Cab driver around
12th and Blaine a lot of
years ago . . . on his 80th
birthday . . . celebrated
with his family at Benji's
Restaurant on Orchard
Lake Rd. in Sylvan Lake.
DEBORAH WEISS says
so-long to family and
friends . . . as she moves to

At.

JACK BALTER AND AL WINKLER AT

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NAZARETH (JNI) —
Moslem religious leaders
have asked the Egyptian
Embassy in Tel Aviv for a
clarification of the Egyptian
return to their villages last
week of the first five Israeli
Arab students to attend
Al-Azhar University in
Cairo.
The clergymen suspect
their sudden return is re-
lated to the recent cooling of
relations between Israel
and Egypt.
The Israeli Moslem stu-
dents complained that dur-
ing their three-week stay in
Egypt they were confined-to
their rooms at the religious
boarding school and not
asked to pass examinations
or complete extra lessons to
bring them up to standard.

. Dallas, Texas, Feb. 5 . .
(and Sundays at Bagels-
tein's Deli) . . . She'll live in
Dallas and work with a
travel agency.
CONGRATS . . . to Ed-
ward Miller . . . on recent
75th birthday.
HELLO . . . from Sammy
and Ann Woolf . ._. in Coco
Beach, Fla.
LIFE MASTERS bridge
experts Dottie Morochnik
and Sylvia Stein have de-
cided their card expertise is
for others, too . . . So the gals
have opened their Metro II
Club on Greenfield in Royal
Oak.
CONGRATS . . . to Dr.
Morris and Anne Brent . . Aging Detective
on their 50th wedding an- Profiled in Book
niversary . . . with family
An aging police detec-
gathering hosted by sons tive's last chance to solve a
Dr. Robert Brent and Dr. case is the story detailed by
Burton Brent.
Seymour Shubin in "The
GET WELL WISHES , Captain" (Stein and Day).
. . . to Phil Silverstein.
Following retirement
THE TWO LASSIES from the force, the novel's
who own Pillow Talk . . . in main character is faced with
its new location . . . Country life in a nursing home, a fate
Village Center on Ever- that was decided by his
green and 12 Mile . .. June children. When a nurse is
Rubenstein and Shirley murdered, Captain, as he is
Freed . . . have distinction of called by friends and associ-
being the only female ates, sheds his depression
quiltmakers in metro De- and springs into action.
Seymour Shubin is the
troit . . . They learned the.
trade from their 80-year-old author of "Anyone's My
Name." "The Captain" is
quiltmaker, now retired.
June's and Shirley's oo- one of several new books by
dles of working area is quite the author scheduled for
different than the cubby publication.
sort at their former locale on
W. Nine Mile near Somerset Mall
Rosewood in Oak Park.
Site of Lectures
June and Shirley are
The Center for New
sisters-in-law . . . and have Thinking will hear a talk by
both mothers working at Rabbi Sherwin Wine, direc-
the new place . . . Bernice tor; at 2:30 p.m. Sunday in
Rubenstein, Shirley's mom the Somerset Mall au-
. . . and Bettye Levy, June's ditorium. He will discuss
mother . . . no more closing the work of Ayn Rand.
at 1:30 p.m. . . . Pillow Talk
At 10 a.m. Thursday,
is now an open til 4 p.m. op- Rabbi Wine will speak on
eration.
"Christianity — Reform,
LOOKING BACK On Reaction and Secularism"
Columns of Yesteryears .. .
in the Somerset Mall au-
Jan. 9, 1970 . .. "Sol Bob- ditorium. There is a charge
bins, pharmaceutical ex- for both lectures.
pert, waded through San
Francisco's Chinatown re- Swedish Vocalist
cently for hours and hours,
thrashing his way among at Music Hall
the crowded conditions of
Swedish baritone Hakan
the little side streets in' Hagegard will appear in a
search of an authentic recital 8 p.m. Tuesday at
Chinese souvenir to bring Orchestra Hall. The recital
back home . . . He finally marks the fourth presenta-
bought an old letter opener tion in the - hall's
that seemed to be just what Praeludium Recital Series.
he was looking for.
Hagegard will perform
Returning to Detroit, Sol the Schumann "Dichter-
proudly showed it to his liebe" and "Lieder" by
partner, Sandor Siegel, who Schubert, Berg and Wolf.
squintingly examined it For information or tickets,
and then suddenly pointed call the Orchestra Hall box
to some very tiny, almost office, 833-3700.
obscure lettering in a hid-
den section of the letter Prenatal Care
opener . . . "Made In Japan."
But Sol shouldn't feel too Class Feb. 17
A class in prenatal nutri-
bad . . . Joel Steinberg had a
tion
will be offered by Pro-
set of "authentic" Chinese
chop sticks sent to him as a fessional Associates in
present . . . They were made Childbirth Education from
7 to 9:30 p.m. Feb. 17 at the
in Japan, too.
Ealy Elementary School in
• I LIKE AUDREY West Bloomfield.
PEARL'S remark, "Many
To register for the class,
women equate love with de- call Professional Associ-
pendency."
ates, 827-8750.

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